I managed to survive my week in Toronto although I definitely would not want to do that commute regularly, even on the train. So here's your update:
1. Well, the train trip did afford some time to get a solid bit of writing done when I wasn't preparing for my case. A story I've been working on for quite some time, entitled "All the Gods of the Gentiles" is now nearly complete -- I just want to send it to my friends at the Collegium Scriptorum Catholicæ for critique before I subject my readers here to it. I will post it in chunks of about 1,000 words each and it should then run for 8 weeks on Fridays. If it doesn't start this Friday, look for it on the 15th.
2. Also got some good work done on a short story that takes place in the setting I'm working on for my fantasy novel. If that doesn't make it into the anthology, expect it to follow "All the Gods of the Gentiles".
3. Expect June to be "Warhammer 40k" month in terms of content hereabouts. I didn't finish enough of my army to be able to enter the tournament I mentioned a while back, but I do intend to showcase what I did get done. And, since I'm in the mood, I hope to feature as this month's boardgame review a look at Warhammer 40K, plus review a few of the novels set in that universe. Maybe I'll even write-up a battle report if I'm feeling particularly cruel.
4. Finally, I never did post the finished product of my 5-year-old son's art project. Here it is: